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    Trigg Beach

    Took this with phone. Thought the different layers are interesting.

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    You're right they are interesting. I just wondered whether lifting the shadows on the cliffs might make it more interesting. What do you think?

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    Quote Originally Posted by closei View Post
    You're right they are interesting. I just wondered whether lifting the shadows on the cliffs might make it more interesting. What do you think?

    Layers .jpg
    Yes that's much better. Wasn't sure what to do with those. Did you use light room?

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    Tried Lightroom first by reducing highlights and lifting shadows but because itís a small file it didnít reproduce well. I ended up using layers in photoshop but the quality is still not great. Good enough to see if it improved the look of it.

    The original file should be good enough to adjust in Lightroom if you want to have a play. Canít do any harm and thatís the best way to learn.

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    Quote Originally Posted by closei View Post
    Tried Lightroom first by reducing highlights and lifting shadows but because itís a small file it didnít reproduce well. I ended up using layers in photoshop but the quality is still not great. Good enough to see if it improved the look of it.

    The original file should be good enough to adjust in Lightroom if you want to have a play. Canít do any harm and thatís the best way to learn.
    Excellent. Thanks for that

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    Some subtle localized brush tool exposure adjustment might be better Closei regarding the cliff.

    Interesting composition Stapo49.
    I like the square crop and the balance of composition elements.
    Your phone has done well for exposure considering the glare on the water.
    Cheers Doug

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Smyth View Post
    Some subtle localized brush tool exposure adjustment might be better Closei regarding the cliff.

    Interesting composition Stapo49.
    I like the square crop and the balance of composition elements.
    Your phone has done well for exposure considering the glare on the water.
    Yes true, even just confined to the exposed rock might work.

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    No sure what others see; however I see too much blue


    I need more shadow in the cliff

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    I would crop out the water entirely, the rocks & fence line are the interesting elements. Make it a long pano.

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    Re: Trigg Beach

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamSG View Post
    I would crop out the water entirely, the rocks & fence line are the interesting elements. Make it a long pano.
    Agreed, reflections of light in the water are clipping harshly..

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